World Relief Durham Immigration Legal Services Center 
801 Gilbert St. Suite 102, Durham, NC 27701 
(919) 251-8624 

 

The Immigration Center is not scheduling consultations for new clients at this time. Please follow up in September for any updates. The office will continue to support and communicate with current clients about pending immigration processes.

 

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The Immigration Legal Services Center of World Relief is located in Durham and partners with local churches as well as the wider community to provide affordable, high-quality legal services to immigrants throughout the North Carolina area. The goal of the program is to help navigate the complexities of immigration processes by providing these services.

World Relief Durham is recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice and its legal representatives can represent immigrants and their family members before the U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of State (DOS). 

The services offered include: 

  • Immigration consultations 

  • Citizenship 

  • DACA & TPS

  • Family Petitions 

  • Lawful Permanent Residence 

  • Victims-based immigration services 

All potential clients must have a consultation with our legal representative to review eligibility before starting a case. The cost of the consultation is $50 and must be paid by money order, credit card, or debit card. Check or cash in any form will not be accepted. Se habla español. Potential clients who do not speak English or Spanish must bring their own interpreter to the appointment. 

 

The path to legal immigration status for refugees, separated families, and potential new citizens is exceedingly complex, fraught with numerous hurdles and frequent changes. Access to affordable legal services continues to fall woefully short of meeting the demand, despite the fact that many are unable to navigate this path on their own and can even face detrimental consequences if they do.

As a result, many immigrants in the U.S. today live in fear and isolation, unable to truly rebuild a sense of home or belonging in the US.

But together, we can help.

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